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Cattle truck-pickup crash critically injures one person

  North Platte Police are investigating a collision on Thursday between a westbound pickup and a northbound semi hauling cattle at South Jeffers & Highway 83, an intersection regulated by ... Read More

Fourth Avenue Project on Track for 2018 Construction

October 20, 2016 (McCook, Neb.) — The second of two projects to reconstruct Highway US-6/34 (Fourth Avenue) through Holdrege is scheduled for construction in 2018. The first project, near Garfield Street to just east of the city, was completed in 2... Read More

Undefeated Huskers Prepare for Purdue

Lincoln, Neb. - The Nebraska football team practiced in helmets, shoulder pads and shorts for 90 minutes Thursday afternoon. Both the defense and offense started with stretching and individual drills in Memorial Stadium, before the defense moved... Read More

Officials: 'Multiple fatalities' in rural Nebraska fire

NEHAWKA, Neb. - Officials say a fire in rural southeastern Nebraska has left more than one person dead, but say they are unable to yet determine how many have been killed. The Nebraska Fire Marshal's Office says firefighters were called shortly af... Read More

Nebraska Tractor Test Lab Still Going Strong

For nearly a century, tractor manufacturers from around the world have looked to the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln for a seal of approval. The success of a new tractor is decided long before it sees soil at... Read More

Bride Construction At Johnson Lake

JOHNSON LAKE - The bridge that spans the outet near Captian's Quarters seven miles southwest of Lexington on Johnson Lake will be replaced starting Nov. 2. Kevin Boyd, division manager for Central Public Power and Irrigation District's Gothenburg ... Read More

Noted historian and broadcaster Ron Hull recognized by  Nebraska tourism industry

Noted historian Ron Hull was recognized Thursday by the Nebraska Tourism Commission with the Henry Fonda Award, the state tourism industry's highest award. Hull has spent his life dedicated to promoting the history and culture of Nebraska through ... Read More

USDA Announces Streamlined Guaranteed Loans and Additional Lender Category for Small-Scale Operators

WASHINGTON, Oct. 20, 2016 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today announced the availability of a streamlined version of USDA guaranteed loans, which are tailored for smaller scale farms and urban producers. The program, called EZ Guarant... Read More

Car driver killed in collision with SUV, authorities say

RICHLAND, Neb. - Authorities say a car driver has been killed in a Colfax County collision with a sport utility vehicle. The crash occurred around 6 a.m. Thursday, about three miles east of Richland on U.S. Highway 30. The Colfax County attorney's... Read More

Specialty Corn Satisfies Nebraska Farmers' Hunger for Business Diversity

There's a blockbuster new food trend growing in Mark and Paul McHargue's Nebraska corn fields. Popcorn, long the leading concession at movie theaters, is undergoing a renaissance. Sales of bagged, ready-to-eat popcorn are exploding as the snack gets... Read More

Cattle Feeding Chat Builds Bridges

When it’s just not possible to bring 600 people from across the globe to the feedyard, the next best thing is to bring a little of that Herington, Kan., family operation to them. Cattle feeders Shane and Shawn Tiffany took the stage during educati... Read More